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Trade unions demand political action to guarantee retail prices for fruit and vegetables that are liveable for farmers.
They claim they're getting the same price for their products as they were 20 years ago.
At least 500 people have been killed since protests began.
They are upset over reforms that mean they will have to work longer to qualify for unemployment benefits.
Around a thousand demonstrators took to the streets of Brussels on Friday at the call of Youth for Climate Belgium to raise their climate concerns.
They were demanding better working conditions.
Protesters blame corruption and mismanagement.
Unions are hoping to revive more opposition to the controversial reforms.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Bogota on Tuesday to call on Colombian President Ivan Duque to abandon plans for tax reform.
The average global score for democracies fell from 5.48 out of 10 in 2018 to 5.44 in 2019 — the lowest since the Democracy Index was created.
Transport services resumed on Monday after 46 days of strikes. But is the country headed towards more punctual and violent forms of protests? Euronews takes a look.
Many protesters said they were horrified at the prospect of Trump winning an upcoming November presidential election.
Lebanese protesters resumed blocking major highways on Tuesday in what they said would be a "week of wrath"
Alain Robert, the so-called French Spiderman who scales the world's tallest buildings, climbed Total's skyscraper in Paris' La Défense district on Monday to call attention on the retirement protests
They say coal-fired power plants contribute to global warming and want German firm Siemens to pull out of the project.
From Assange to Greta, eagles to alligators, leaders old and new, here are some defining images from 2019.
Thousands of trade unionists and Gilets Jaunes marched together against the French government's planned pension reform on the 24th consecutive day of strikes.
Around 100 protesters target Chinese traders in a Hong Kong shopping mall and are violently tackled by police in civilian clothes.
The Serbian Orthodox Church says Montenegro's new law could strip the church of its property, including medieval monasteries and churches.
It happened as people were making last-minute Christmas purchases.
The protesters walked to the Jantar Mantar area near parliament and chanted slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and police.
Protesters clashed with police in the streets of Santiago on Friday, as Chile marked a second full month of unprecedented social revolt.
Algerian demonstrators on Friday rejected a call for dialogue by the country's new president, as they continued their month-long movement's demanding institutional reforms.
Protesters against India's controversial new citizenship law continued to gather in strength across all major Indian cities on Friday
The 0-0 game was overshadowed by clashes between Catalan independence protestors and police outside Barcelona's Nou Camp.
This fifth straight day of protest across India came after Modi’s government enacted a bill that excludes Muslims from future citizenship.